Organic, certified by Pro-Cert. Choosing organic practices requires a hire level of monitoring - the orchards are inspected weekly for pests and disease. Gaye also relies on a sophisticated system to alert her to any rapid changes in weather (an unexpected frost can be highly damaging to an orchard!).
Over twenty years ago, Gaye Trombley began her organic orchard by planting 700 trees. She knew from the outset she wanted to have an organic orchard and was committed to making her operation sustainable and small-scale. Gaye and the team at Avalon chose to plant hardier varieties of apples that would prove to be more disease resistant and would also yield delicious cider. Nowadays, they have an orchard of over 10,000 trees! Their cider is completely unfiltered and freshed press at their orchard.
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